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Forum: Wildlife Art Monday 26th November 2012, 08:00
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Posted By Woody
Time is getting used up by various Christmas...

Time is getting used up by various Christmas projects at the moment but I've managed to sneak in this little reminder of Summer.

Mike
Forum: Wildlife Art Tuesday 13th November 2012, 07:52
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Posted By Woody
Good! Just don't go painting stonechats and...

Good! Just don't go painting stonechats and showing me up!

Mike
Forum: Wildlife Art Wednesday 7th November 2012, 22:05
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Posted By Woody
Cheers all. The DIY and general assault on home...

Cheers all.

The DIY and general assault on home cleaning, tidying etc as organised by my 'time management team' is slowing down now so it's back to painting for me.

Mike
Forum: Wildlife Art Sunday 4th November 2012, 16:17
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Posted By Woody
Thanks all. Back to the UK wildlife for a bit....

Thanks all.

Back to the UK wildlife for a bit. Here's the latest two.

Stonechats are usually pretty obvious at Elmley this time of year and it's always good to see them flitting along in the reeds...
Forum: Wildlife Art Saturday 3rd November 2012, 20:44
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Posted By Woody
It's a Woody windfall! Cheers both. Mike

It's a Woody windfall! Cheers both.

Mike
Forum: Wildlife Art Saturday 3rd November 2012, 10:22
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Posted By Woody
My final trip up the hill on the morning of the...

My final trip up the hill on the morning of the day we flew back to Blighty yielded these Blue tailed bee eaters and my very last sketch in Singapore which was reserved for a white collared...
Forum: Wildlife Art Saturday 3rd November 2012, 10:16
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Posted By Woody
On my way out from the reserve I waited for my...

On my way out from the reserve I waited for my lift by a pond and sketched a quick couple of Whire breasted waterhen. Back on the hill the Lineated barbets continued to entertain and the White vented...
Forum: Wildlife Art Saturday 3rd November 2012, 10:05
Replies: 2,019
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Posted By Woody
A day trip to Sungei Buloh (Which means Bamboo...

A day trip to Sungei Buloh (Which means Bamboo river btw) started well with a dollarbird and purple heron, got better with a fishing Striated heron and went up another notch with lots of Mongolian...
Forum: Wildlife Art Saturday 3rd November 2012, 09:57
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Posted By Woody
The temperatures were ridiculous and I dripped...

The temperatures were ridiculous and I dripped sweat onto the paper at times, there were plenty of mossies by the water too and I managed to smear some in the sketchbook as well as applying several...
Forum: Wildlife Art Saturday 3rd November 2012, 09:49
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Posted By Woody
As part of our trip we went over to Bintan Island...

As part of our trip we went over to Bintan Island in Indonesia. Last year I had a mental list of birds that I was desperate to see. Way at the top of that list alongside Eagles and others was Stork...
Forum: Wildlife Art Saturday 3rd November 2012, 09:41
Replies: 2,019
Views: 169,557
Posted By Woody
White collared kingfishers are very common on the...

White collared kingfishers are very common on the hill and elsewhere. They hunt from perches in the trees and dive down to the grass where they catch large insects like huge, black carpenter bees...
Forum: Wildlife Art Saturday 3rd November 2012, 09:22
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Posted By Woody
Lineated Barbet which, according to my book,...

Lineated Barbet which, according to my book, should be a mountain specialist was a regular on the hill. Laced woodpecker hanging and an overhead House swift. Blue tailed bee eaters were also seen...
Forum: Wildlife Art Saturday 3rd November 2012, 09:06
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Posted By Woody
I've not commented on here for a while and so I...

I've not commented on here for a while and so I find myself on page 2!

So to rectify that I thought it was about time I posted some of this year's Singapore/Indonesia sketches some good, some...
Forum: Wildlife Art Monday 1st October 2012, 22:17
Replies: 2,019
Views: 169,557
Posted By Woody
Ha ha! No way would I put my scribbles up against...

Ha ha! No way would I put my scribbles up against any of the swala lot (and that includes all here). That would be one easy way to make a fool of myself! Thanks for the votes of confidence...
Forum: Wildlife Art Sunday 30th September 2012, 20:26
Replies: 2,019
Views: 169,557
Posted By Woody
Part two... Mike

Part two...

Mike
Forum: Wildlife Art Sunday 30th September 2012, 20:24
Replies: 2,019
Views: 169,557
Posted By Woody
Thanks for the comments all. One of these days I...

Thanks for the comments all. One of these days I won't be on holiday at the wrong time and I'm going to get to the birdfair! I may even enquire about a stand for next year.

Well I've got quite a bit...
Forum: Wildlife Art Sunday 22nd July 2012, 22:41
Replies: 2,019
Views: 169,557
Posted By Woody
:clap::clap::clap: Too much time on your hans...

:clap::clap::clap:


Too much time on your hans Tim, go do some painting! ;)

Mike
Forum: Wildlife Art Saturday 21st July 2012, 11:15
Replies: 2,019
Views: 169,557
Posted By Woody
Thanks for all the feedback chaps. I think there...

Thanks for all the feedback chaps. I think there may be a bit more development to do yet, I'll let you know if things change.

Mike
Forum: Wildlife Art Wednesday 11th July 2012, 20:04
Replies: 2,019
Views: 169,557
Posted By Woody
Thanks guys. I may well tweek the gallery a bit...

Thanks guys.

I may well tweek the gallery a bit just to add a pull down menu so that you can navigate directly to numbered gallery pages, but other than that I'm relatively happy with it.

Mike
Forum: Wildlife Art Wednesday 11th July 2012, 15:28
Replies: 2,019
Views: 169,557
Posted By Woody
OK folks my updated website has gone live...

OK folks my updated website has gone live (Eeek!)

It's not been easy and I've needed quite a bit of help but I think it's been worth the effort. Please let me know what you think, I had some...
Forum: Wildlife Art Tuesday 10th July 2012, 15:33
Replies: 2,019
Views: 169,557
Posted By Woody
Thanks All, I'm carrying on for now, despite the...

Thanks All, I'm carrying on for now, despite the challenges.

I'm overhauling my website at the mo and I've got a links page to populate so if anyone here would like to be included in that let me...
Forum: Wildlife Art Saturday 7th July 2012, 17:02
Replies: 2,019
Views: 169,557
Posted By Woody
Cheers all! The dipping of toes in oil...

Cheers all!

The dipping of toes in oil continues...

This has been a bit more of a struggle I'll admit. I've learned just how easy it is to create 'Plasticine brown' with oil paints. I didn't have a...
Forum: Wildlife Art Thursday 21st June 2012, 16:21
Replies: 2,019
Views: 169,557
Posted By Woody
OK, so here are the wags and swallow... Mike

OK, so here are the wags and swallow...

Mike
Forum: Wildlife Art Thursday 21st June 2012, 16:19
Replies: 2,019
Views: 169,557
Posted By Woody
On the subject of little owls, I spent a while...

On the subject of little owls, I spent a while with one this weekend. Other sketches of yellow wags and swallow.

Mike
Forum: Wildlife Art Thursday 21st June 2012, 11:40
Replies: 2,019
Views: 169,557
Posted By Woody
Got me thinking about where I've come from and...

Got me thinking about where I've come from and where I'm going.

From colour pencil to watercolour to acrylic... To oil?

Mike
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